After unveiling a redesigned website, prolific iOS developer Tapbots took time to update users on the status of a number of apps.
Weightbot, the company’s first app, will remain available to download and now be free.
But some major and welcomed improvements are coming to the popular Tweetbot app for Mac, the iPhone, and iPad.
As you can see, Tapbots previously teased a Yosemite redesign for the Mac app, and said it is nearing a solid beta state. It will be a free update for users.
And on the iOS side, major updates of Tweetbot for the iPhone and iPad are in store. Along with the long-awaited redesigned iPad version, users will be happy to see a landscape mode for both apps.
Calcbot for iOS and Mac will also be improved with future updates.
The developer is currently hoping that all of the major updates will be completed by WWDC sometime in June. That’s definitely great news. I can’t wait to see the updated apps as Tweetbot is the best way to use Twitter on both iOS and the Mac.
For other news today, see: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says the net neutrality decision is a ‘victory for the people,’ App Store downloads continue to skyrocket in January, and Apple will offer a live stream of the special Apple Watch event on March 9.